GERRY CAMBRIDGE is a poet, editor and essayist, with a background in natural history photography. His publications include Nothing but Heather!’: Scottish Nature in Poems, Photographs and Prose (Luath Press, 1999), Madame Fi Fi’s Farewell and Other Poems (Luath Press, 2003), Aves (Essence Press, 2007), a collection of prose poems about wild birds, and Notes for Lighting a Fire (HappenStance Press, 2012). His poetry has appeared widely in venues such as The Hudson Review, The Spectator and The Independent, and is anthologized in The Faber Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry (2000), Dream State: The New Scottish Poets (2nd edition, 2002) and The Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry (2005). In his early twenties Cambridge wrote regularly for the British Reader’s Digest; he contributed ten essays on American poets for the Oxford Encyclopaedia of American Literature (2004); he has written frequently for Scribners’ British Writers and American Writers textbook series.
JENNIFER GOODRICH is a fiction writer who grew up in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming. She received a B.A. in English Literature from The Colorado College, and a M.A.in Literature with a concentration in creative writing from New York University. An assistant editor for The Dark Horse since 1996, she lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, with her husband and son. Her short stories have appeared in magazines such as Chelsea and The Los Angeles Review. She is currently working on her first novel.
MARCIA MENTER spent many years as a writer and senior editor at women’s magazines in the USA. Her publications include The Office Sutras: Exercises for Your Soul at Work (Red Wheel/Weiser, 2003) and The Longing Machine, a collection of poems published by HappenStance Press in Scotland.